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I am looking at ways of increasing my income as an IT contractor and was considerng becoming a provider of Microsoft training courses and sourcing my own trainers. I first need to research whether there is still a market for microsoft product training since i have trained bespoke for the past 5 years. However, can anyone recommend a good courseware provider I was going to write the courseware myself but it will take too long?
sheri

4 Responses

  1. IT Courseware
    I understand from a number of agencies that a lot of the current requirements for Microsoft Training seem to be more floor walking or customised to a client’s needs. There seems to still be a demand for XP rollout as well.

    Regards

    Simon

  2. Courseware provider
    With regards to a courseware provider you could try sanscrip.co.uk. They have a product that allows you to quickly and easily create ‘customised’ courseware for standard products. I used them in a previous role several years ago and it was a great time saving solution – writing manuals can take forever. I haven’t used them recently so would recommend a trial to see whether you like their layout / content.
    Hope this helps,
    Sam

  3. Sans Scrip
    Hi Samantha

    how did you find them for user contents? I have looked at GTS Learning which seems pretty good.

  4. Watsonia Publishing IT courseware
    Hi Sheri

    I work for a company called Watsonia Publishing who specialise in supplying fully customisable IT courseware for desktop applications such as MS Office.

    Feel free to drop me an email or give me a call to discuss your plans. My contact details can be obtained from http://www.watsoniapublishing.co.uk

    I’d be delighted to arrange for some free courseware evaluations to be either
    posted or emailed out to you – just let me know which applications and versions are of interest.

    We also have a fantastic courseware customiser called EngineRoom.

    Thanks and regards

    Andy

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